The breakup of a marriage or a dispute over child custody can be among the most difficult events that can happen in your life. Having an experienced, compassionate lawyer on your side to guide you can be essential to your peace of mind, because you need to protect your rights even while you work to support your children's best interests.
At the Media, Pennsylvania, law firm of Berman & Asbel, LLP, we have more than 80 years of combined experience handling divorce and family disputes. Our attorneys provide honest advice backed by an extensive understanding of Pennsylvania family law, which allows you to make well-informed, educated decisions throughout your case.
Learn how we can assist you and your family. Contact us now to arrange an initial consultation with a family law attorney at Berman & Asbel, LLP.
Just as families come in almost infinite variety, our family law practice is far broader than divorce. We address the unique legal needs of unmarried couples, same-sex couples and other non-standard families at any stage of life.
Please speak with our divorce and family law attorneys today for help with:
- Premarital and post-marital agreements
- Divorce involving high net worth individuals with unusual or complex assets to divide
- Determination of alimony
- Initial child custody, visitation and child support orders
- Modification of orders based on changed circumstances, such as a parent's relocation
- Protection of fathers' rights in divorce and parenting
- Paternity cases involving DNA testing
- Domestic violence and protection from abuse orders
- Building families through adoption or assisted reproduction
Your divorce, property, financial support and parenting orders will impact your life for years to come. With so much at stake, it makes sense to hire an attorney who knows Pennsylvania family law inside and out.
Ask Us if Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution Are Right for You
Not all divorces are adversarial, and many couples are able to discuss their situation to resolve their issues without going to court. If this is the case, working together to negotiate a mutually beneficial agreement through mediation or another alternative dispute resolution method could be your best option. Our attorneys have a strong background in resolving complicated family law issues without trial, which can give you more control over your final agreement while saving time and money.
Contact Us Now for an Initial Consultation
To discuss your situation with one of our experienced attorneys, contact us online or call 484-842-0276.